Thursday, February 3, 2011
If you are not currently subscribed to the DIRT listserv, I recommend that you check it out. The listserv is moderated by Professor Pat Randolph of University of Missouri at Kansas City Law School. It is one of the few places where law school professors and practitioners debate ideas, and share new cases and developments in the law. It is a great resource to find "real world" examples to highlight property doctrine as well as to keep a finger on the pulse of the profession.
The listserv is moderated, and sometimes Professor Randolph adds commentary or answers a question. The listserv generates approximately 20 messages a week. As one would expect, the participants are very interested in new cases involving mortgages and foreclosures, so traffic picks up when a new decision is handed down.
You can check out the website here which gives instructions for signing up. I highly recommend it.
What other resources should Property Profs be aware of? Please add ideas in the comments.
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